Definition of "referee"
  1. An individual designated by a judge to oversee specific aspects of a case, like gathering oral or written evidence, and who may provide written findings for the judge's consideration
How to use "referee" in a sentence
  1. The judge assigned a referee to gather all the testimonies in the property dispute.
  2. In the complex fraud case, a referee was used to review all the documented evidence.
  3. In order to ensure procedural accuracy, a referee was brought in to handle the evidence gathering process.

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